Rachael Romero: No, use a feather duster , and clean the two inserts like the manual says--this is overkill
tomtalker2000: I have two Dyson DC41 models. And what i do is use a bleach/water dilute to clean the dust bin canister. And then for the cyclone assembly i have a gas leaf blower and shove it up the circular nozzle on the end. And quite honestly folks you would be SHOCKED by how much this method cleans the turbine tubes etc...I can REALLY feel a difference in performance after i do this. Similarly a good strong electric leaf blower would do the same trick. But obviously the gas models are FAR stronger. So that all said, i would STRONGLY advise folks to NOT put water up the entire cyclone assembly as this guy did. Because he can let it sit forever to dry out but the reality is there still WILL be some water leftover that can't be fully dried out. So i would advise against water especially considering how expensive these machines are. Unless your under warranty of course but even then i wouldn't chance it by using water.
The Noobly Minecart // NooblyTNM Minecraft: dyson says water will damage the root cyclones
robin redbrest: He forgot to remove the fins and the perforated sleave
keith jeffrey: I have a DC07 Full Gear and the trigger that you pull to open the bin door has snapped off. I contacted a Dyson dealer to order a new part but the guy told me I can't buy just that but I have to but the full cyclone assembly. Can anyone please tell me where I can get this part.....? THANKS in advance
Mike Wasylkewicz: I do that but I take apart the entire radix assy. blow out with air compressor then wash/rinse with water once a year
Vesta Burns: I wouldn't say this is the proper way to clean. I tried this and now the smell is worse. Turns out the cyclones get clogged and hosing it down just dampens the mess and it may start to mold as it tries to dry. Other videos show taking the screws out to access the cyclones and manually removing the debris and then clean and dry each part individually. I don't recommend anyone trying this method, especially since screws could rust and then you'd have an even bigger problem.
Joshua Johnson: Why would using water cause any trouble? Assuming you let it dry out properly?
Meredith Kalbus: My vacuum wouldnt open and this video helped me cause the bottom part had to be open. I feel really stupid right now.
Eric Schwartz: Do I have to do this in a German parking garage?
beaker12uk: Use an airline, cleaned ours and could not believe how much fluff and dust came out, If not got access to airline I would use torx screwdriver and take top off. Using water is asking for trouble.
kev heywood: poor method!!!!!!!!.... why not use T15 and take apart??? 10 minutes to clean and NO water used!!!!
RyanSellman1: I would take it apart to air dry it better.
Dax Marshall: @ad356 nah i dont thinck batchler gona waste 400 dolors down drain lol excuse my crapy russian typing skillz
Dax Marshall: your uh house is kida creepy lol
andrew donohue: take dyson, open dumpster. throw dyson into dumpster and close lid. go to vaccum center and buy a real vaccum (riccar, simplicity, kirby, sebo, miele, ect)
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